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SFGTV2
Oct 4, 2012 2:00am PDT
figure them out for 34 years. i began as a young social worker in south los angeles. with gang infested housing projects that are now almost mythic, jordan downs and nickerson gardens, and i worked in these projects during what is referred to as the decade of death, when crack and unregulated gun availability laid waste to communities of color. in los angeles during the late 1980's and early 1990's, there were 1000 homicides per year in the city of los angeles, not the county, the city. now, we have between 203 hundred homicides per year. people talk about the gang problem having been addressed. i want to share with you, what i experienced, what i have learned, i am not a typical academic. i will not quote statistics to you or talk about theories. i will talk with you about practicality. pragmatic approaches, and i will talk about reality. san francisco, like los angeles learned, will never saw or deal with its gang problems effectively unless there is true collaboration. i will talk to you about what this looks like and feels like. i will speak to you about the lessons that we
PBS
Oct 3, 2012 7:00pm PDT
. >> the los angeles county sheriff's department teaches staff the best way to use social media to solve crime. >> you can go back to those writing classes with the understanding that you've got potential civil, criminal consequences for what you write. >> they warn writers not to use racially charged language. they must never post rumors. the instructor also teaches the importance of good relations with the citizens. >> you have to speak to them when there's not an emergency in order to build a following. so when the crisis happens, that you're there and you're able to help them and they know where to find you. >> through social media police gain the potential help of thousands of citizens, and as relations between police and the public improve, criminals have less room to maneuver. nhk world, los angeles. >> social media proving to be a helpful crime fighting tool there. >>> let's now get a check on weather conditions around the world. we've been keeping an eye on two storms in the west pacific. yesterday one storm was affecting people in the southern islands of japan. rachel fer
PBS
Oct 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the weekend also. still staying in the 30s in miami as well as houston with a warm 26 in los angeles. into europe we go. not much change here in the northwest. we've been seeing a large system just sending front after front into towards scandinavia and the continent. today you'll be finding thunderstorms from norway, swed sweden, down there into northern france. reports of gusts exceeding 70 kilometers an hour in germany. having said that, to the south and east, things are looking much more settled and calm. there are some storms moving through the balkans right now in through the black sea region. some of those could be a little bit nasty with thunder and lightning. temperaturewise, lots of teens out here today across the continent. 12 in stockholm. 18 in moscow. 17 berlin. 22 vienna. out of the 30s now in athens at 29 degrees. iberia, 25. another fairly comfortable 27 in lisbon. here's your extended forecast. >>> that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm katherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks very much for joining us. are you totally unprepared? just about all of us have something han
KOFY
Oct 3, 2012 9:00pm PDT
someone who wins. >> a new football stadium is going to be built in los angeles. why investors are not worried about luring in one nfl team, maybe even two. >>> a troupe of actors in san francisco expanding to a bigger stage and theater. bigger st[ laughter ]ter. [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. [ male announcer ] the all-new lexus es comes with a story still untold. ♪ ace it ll takeou. ♪ drea it willake come tru ♪ with technolog and ste toatch your achievents and desires. ♪ the question is where will your new es take you? ♪ introducing the all-new lexus es. >>>
Univision
Oct 4, 2012 7:00am EDT
tras el éxito. >>amigos de california, meche sale a las calles de los Ángeles buscando talento, no se lo pierda, aquí en despierta américa, la mejor manera de comenzar su mañana ♪.. ♪.. mamá prendeme el mecho, que voy para asunción. ♪.. ♪.. >>compadre, venga, venga. ♪.. (hablan todos) ♪.. >>buenos días, mire, esto es lo rico, despertar con alegría, hoy es 4 de octubre, llegamos a jueves bendito. y le deseamos que este dia esté lleno de bendiciones y buenas noticias. >>como lo es la del pelotero miguel cabrera, quien es triple corona de bateo. >>felicidades a él a los latinos y venezuela. >>eleccones, hay un camino para la salvacion (risas) >>tenemos detalles de las elecciones en venezuela, y lo que se comenta hoy, el debate, hubo sorpresas, estamos en vivo desde denver, no se hable más, voy a prepararme para brindarles la informacion. >>y todo mundo se quedó sorprendido con el anuncio del divorcio de la diva de la banda. >>si algo sabe hacer bien, es seguir adelante, tenemos sus declaraciones >>y cuando los amigos se meten en las relaciones de pareja? ha teni
Univision
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
los 80 grados, los Ángeles con 76 grados, san francisco 70, esta gráfica la pongo aquí, porque aún no terminamos la temporada ciclónica, tenemos la tormenta tropical Óscar, pero se desplaza al noreste, como sí lo que está perjudicando a las personas friolentas, en el norte del país tenemos 98 grados, en los Ángeles, san antonio con 70 grados, la florida con 79 grados, qué fue eso. >>> ah, qué pasó. >>> qué será. >>> pausa, ya regresamos con mucho más de primer impacto ♪. .. en solo unos momentos..... l retrato hablado del hombre que toqueteo a varias feminas en virginia...un escalofriante caso que usted podria ayudar a esclarecer.. ...tambien...se agota el tiempo para que los residentes del condado de fairfax paguen los impuestos de sus autos..si no lo hacen hay graves penalidades.. ♪. >>> los obstáculos que ha tenido que enfrentar un hombre que perdió sus piernas en república dominicana no han. >>> a sus años, don pedro trabaja la tierra como pocos hombres de su edad, lo hace solo con sus brazos. >>> yo tranquilamente lo hago, yo me manejo bien . >>> con sus ma
KCSMMHZ
Oct 4, 2012 6:00am PDT
keep them safe. >> reporter: the los angeles county sheriff's department teaches staff the best way to use social media to solve crime. >> you can go back to those creative writing classes with the understanding that you have potential civil and criminal consequences for what you write. >> reporter: they warned writers not to use racially charged language and must never post rumors. the instructor teaches the good relations with the citizens. >> you have to speak to them when there is not an emergency in order to buildi a following o when the crisis happens, that you're there and you're able to help them, and they know where to find you. >> reporter: through social media, police gain the potential help of thousands of citizens, and as relgtss between the police and public improve, criminals have less room to maneuver. mayumi maruyama, nhk world, los angeles. >>> japan's nuclear regulation authority is considering investigating potentially active faults near nuclear plant under construction in northern japan. chairman tanaka said any doubts about false nuclear plans must be cleared up.
Univision
Oct 4, 2012 6:30pm EDT
el atentado contra el oficial nicholas ivei, también la policía de los Ángeles anunció como política oficial que no reportará a los servicios de inmigración y aduanas a inmigrantes indocumentados que hayan sido detenidos, siempre y cuando se trate de delitos menores. >>> momento de nuestra última pausa, y al regresar miguel cabrera pasa a la historia en el béisbol de las grandes ligas. >>> y maría antonieta collins fue víctima de piratas cibernéticos y nos dice cómo responder ante este problema tan común ♪. >>> el deporte de latinoamérica cubrió de gloria anoche cuando miguel cabrera logró la triple corona en el béisbol, esto data desde hace 45 años la última vez, cuando un jugador de los medias rojas de boston lograra este hito >>> sensacional. >>> ahora hay más de 300 detenciones de seguridad en el transporte, blanca rosa vilchez desde nueva york con la información. >>> la noticia sorprendió a quienes no lo sabían, pero reafirmó las sospechas de los pasajeros que han sido víctimas de robo. >>> perdí mi teléfono. >>> daniela perdió su iphone, al pasar revis
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 6:00pm EDT
deficit but often no medical care. from brooklyn to los angeles, agentss of federal to send oneher message to crooks. >> health-care fraud has never been a worst proposition that it is today. you are more likely to get make aif you do fraudulent claim. >> one extreme case, officials said a doctor in dallas often documentscks of without any review in a scheme to bring in as much money as as he could. has arrived in united states. you where there is snow tonight. >> we have some dramatic changes coming to our weather. for hockey news fans. rgii is not the only rookie starter. [ barack obama ] i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. [ female announcer ] he says... president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. [ female announcer ] but this is what the budget plan mitt romney supports actually does. more huge tax breaks skewed to the wealthy. while cutting nearly eight hundred billion from medicaid... even though middle-class families rely on medicaid to help loved ones cover nursing-home care. and it helps parents support children with disabilities. if mit
SFGTV2
Oct 4, 2012 11:00am PDT
requested a comparison of ethics in san îg:]Ñand los angele identifying ways our ethic laws could be strengthened. as supervisors, what if anything would you propose to strength the city's ethics laws. i will start with mr. davis. >> strong ethic laws are essential. what is happening with our sunshine task force and hope davis can speak to this since she recently served on the task force. these need to be strengthened and one problem we have is around enforcement. i would like to see more of the ethical violations of larger committees, some of which are operating, for instance, in some shady areas of law. one was the run he ed run, the committee for mayor ed lee last year and the campaigns that aren't swaying the politics of city, the way the run ed run campaign did. so i think that is one the issues and improving our good government and ethic laws in san francisco. >> miss breed, would you like to address the question? do you want me to repeat it? >> yes. >> sure. a recent chief civil grand jury report, at the request of supervisor campos the city conducted a comparison of laws iden
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 4:00pm PDT
take a look at conditions tomorrow there is 75 in sacramento. 79 in lajs -- los angeles, here in the bay area, clouds pull back into the coast and there are low 60s at the coast. a lot going on tomorrow, here is the day planner, blue angels will be doing maneuvers in the sky. we'll see partly to mainly sunny skies and there is cloudy in early morning hours, we're looking forward to america's cup races that are between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. sunny skies and we'll see skies becoming cloudier. there is hardly strictly blue grass festival going on. cloudy in the morning and there are sunny skies into afternoon and mild conditions temperatures into low 60s and becoming cloudy, cool into evening hours, great day of weather and great day of activities. >> and just ahead a warning about an outbreak a rare form of meningitis. >> and a new tool that could help save newborn baby lives. the test making a real difference apparently coming up. >> and and a new solution to a card board moving box. newest innovation for the next move without that waste. >> and in the abc 7 newsroom coming up definite re
PBS
Oct 4, 2012 4:30pm PDT
fake bills. today's acon, annound by the justice department, stretched from brooklyn to los angeles. >> this is something i think we see at a variety of levels. we see it among people who are health care professionals who take oaths to provide care and do no harm, and in fact they are doing great harm. we are going after people, whatever their positions, whatever their levels, to make sure we hold them accountable. >> gary can trell is the deputy inspector general for investigation at health and human services with us fom our washington, d.c. bureau. how sophisticated were these schemes that the government alleged today? >> today's schemes involved the gamut from straight up fraud to very sophisticated schemes involving sometimes the provision of services that are simply masked as legitimate services. and sometimes billed at rates that are higher than the services that were delivered. and in many cases not necessary services. so that the schemes run the gamut across the country this time. >> 430 million dollars in all, what hopes are there to recover any of that money? >> well, we certainly
FOX Business
Oct 4, 2012 9:20am EDT
4.37. san francisco, 9 cents. 4.43. los angeles up 8 cents, this is overnight, by the way, 4.34. and believe it or not, those prices are forecast to go as high as 4.80 by this weekend. refinery problems, up goes the price of gas in california. however, president obama will still win california by at least 10 points, hmm. what we saw in the debate last night was a stronger, more forceful mitt romney. and not just with president obama. he took control of the moderator, jim lehrer, look at this. >> jim, the president began this segment so i think i get the last word so i'm going to take it. >> you're going to get the first word in the next segment. but he gets the first word of that segment and i get-- let me just make that comment. and let me repeat what i said, i'm not in favor of a 5 trillion dollar tax cut. stuart: where was that mitt romney the entire campaign. was that the strategy, surprise people at the debate and out comes the new mitt? joining us is pete snyder and works for the romney campaign in virginia and a fox news contributor. pete, was this a deliberate strategy,
Univision
Oct 3, 2012 6:30pm PDT
alcalde de los angeles, antonio villaraigosa. estuvo preso daoenidiendo la con demócrata en charlotte carolina del norte. gracias por estar con nosotros esta noche. >>> gracias por la invitación de estar con ustedes. >>> puso a la defensiva al presidente barack obama, dijo esto ha tenido 4 años, para reducir el déficit, y aún no lo ha logrado. lo llamó un asunto moral. dijo que era inmoral que futuras generaciones tienen que fa gpagr por las deudas de las políticas del presidente. tiene razón romney criticar a 0 bam de esa forma. >>> absolutamente no yo creo que romney estaba poco defensivo durante todo el programa interrumpió el show, el debate. la verdad es que no nos dio detalles. abandonó su gran idea de cortar 5 trillónes de impuestos y bajar propuestas por 5 millones. y no ha planteado que iba a cortar este nivel de impuestos, la verdad, es que no dijo la verdad, cuando dijo que no estaba en favor de recortar 700 millones de dólares de medicare. r y otra vez, ha cambiado su posición y como ha cambiado toda la semana y toda la campaña. >>> parece que hay un
NBC
Oct 4, 2012 4:00am PDT
warm day in the desert southwest, near 100, 80s right along the coast there around los angeles, and the northern plains into the northern rockies is who's getting the cooler air. it was 53 in billings yesterday and even had some snow. and now that chilly air, it's moved as far south as say about salt lake city, and it's moved through colorado, but that's really about it. now that front's going to kind of just sit here. it's not going to make much more progress to the south. that's why i don't think the temperatures are going to cool off much. so, the cool air, northern nevada, up into idaho and montana. the onshore flow's cooled off a little bit, too, over the last couple days in california, and that's going to continue. there are a lot of coastal clouds, you'll be burning off the fog all morning long and then sunshine this afternoon. if you notice the chilly air, it's in the 40s finally through the northern rockies, into 30s at the high elevations, but none of that cool air made it to vegas, at 78 this morning. it's a little cool around portland and medford, maybe a light jacket th
CBS
Oct 4, 2012 4:00am PDT
sunny skies in los angeles, 78 degrees. let's check your national forecast. dense fog and light rain will stretch from the mid-atlantic region into coastal new england. a stalled front will bring showers and thunderstorms from northern florida to carolinas. break out the blower. parts of minnesota and north dakota could get as much as four inches of snow. here we go. in sports the tigers miguel cabrera joined the baseball great of ted williams and mickey mantle. he finished the season as the american league leader in batting average, home runs and rbied. he got the triple crown. cabrera getting a standing o when he was taken out of the game. he's the first triple crown winner since 1967. last national league winner was joe midwick back in 1937. a thrilling last day for post-season races in baseball. yankees saved the best for last. a pair of homers helping the bronx bombers destroy the red sox 13-2. the yanks had 245 home runs. the orioles lose. new york wins the american league east. electric in oakland. they rallied from four runs down to beat the rangers 12-5 and do the improbable
NBC
Oct 4, 2012 7:00pm EDT
costco near los angeles, so some station owners saying they're thinking of shutting down comple completely. they say it's too difficult to sell at these prices. >> kristen dahlgren in southern california. >>> and late news tonight about that u.s. border patrol agent killed earlier this week along the arizona mexico border. mark potter, who has covered the drug war extensively for us, is in sierra vista where he lived with his family. good evening. >> reporter: federal investigators tell nbc news that based on evidence they have found so far, they are looking into whether the shooting may have been a friendly fire incident. agents shooting at each other. he was shot and killed early tuesday morning while responding to desert sensors that track illegal movement across the word board e. they had reported being fired upon about five miles knnorth o the border. u.s. and local officials blamed the shootings on armed criminals and mexican authorities say they have made two arrests in the case. but while u.s. investigators say they have reached no conclusions and have a lot of work to d
SFGTV2
Oct 4, 2012 5:30am PDT
think los angeles, where i'm from, there was no supervision for misdemeanors by the probation department. those individuals were on court summary probation which meant go home and sin no more. and if you do, you'll be back here to see us. and so, i think that once again, i go back to the fact that under the current system, because we have so many of those individuals who were once incarcerated at the state level, being pushed down to the counties, there's no room at the end in terms of the county jails. so misdemeanors aren't going to be sentenced to county jail but will be sentenced in community service or whatever. and for those individuals who do need some measure of control and supervision to deal about -- deal with their conviction problems, it's not going to happen at the misdemeanor level. >> let me go to a couple of the questions from the audience. i've shared them with our district attorney. george, two questions there, one related to whether or not drug possession should be treated differently for adults than from juveniles. and then a question about back on track, w
WHUT
Oct 4, 2012 7:30am EDT
so for you in the south. 32,houston. 2 in atlanta. and, 26 degrees for you in los angeles. okay. we head on into europe. not much change in the north west. wet, windy. thunderstorms today, moving into towards finland. stretching down across northern france. there as it noth there its another low-pressure system. short term heavy rain in across southern portions of england. elsewhere, clear, calm. however, out across the southeast, around the black sea region, you will be seeing some thunder, lightning. maybe intense thunderstorms here. temperature thousands are not too bad. out east. looking in the upper teens. 20 degrees. we have 12 degrees in stockholm. little cooler here. but, down across the mediterranean. 29 in athens. actually see one more burst of warmth in the next couple days here in the southeast. leave you now to your extended forecast. >>> our top story once again. barack obama and mitt romney have met for their first debate. one month ahead of the presidential election. they spent most of their time are gug ov arguing over the economy. the debate took place in denver, c
NBC
Oct 3, 2012 5:30pm PDT
. greaves dead in los angeles at the age of 68. >>> we first reported the story here last night of the local television anchorwoman in lacrosse, wisconsin, who received a viewer e-mail about her weight and then decided to take on the topic and the viewer head-on on the air. she then appeared this morning on "today." now jennifer livingston is receiving interview requests from around the world. her tv station has at least six extra people there answering the deluge of incoming phone calls, most of them expressing support for her. >>> up next here tonight, that real life field of dreams for a young man who waited a long time for one moment. >>> finally tonight, let's not kid ourselves, even us baseball fans have to admit the sport is too often more about steroids and salaries than it is any kind of field of dreams. but sometimes the american pastime can still seem like a field of dreams like it did last night in miami. the story tonight from nbc's mark potter. >> greenberg is on deck and ready for his one at-bat. >> reporter: to the roar of the stadium crowd, the dream of a lifetime
CBS
Oct 4, 2012 12:00pm PDT
inspections at the san onofre plant between los angeles and san diego. the utility says unit 2 can run at 70% power without causing dangerous vibrations in tubes that carry radioactive water. the nuclear regulatory commission will review the proposal. >>> the government now warning doctors and hospitals not to use any product from the pharmacy that made the steroid suspected in a meningitis outbreak. five people have died, 30 people in six states are ill. we explain all received steroid shots for back pain. >> reporter: sue manor is waiting to see if she gets sick after receiving a steroid injection that may have contained a rare form of meningitis. >> just sort of, okay, we'll research. this and the more i research it, the more worried i get. >> reporter: she is one of 400 patients who got a call from a tennessee clinic saying they may have been ex-supposed to fungal meningitis a rare form of the disease which is not contagious. the outbreak was discovered two weeks ago in tennessee where 18 cases of exposure were report. there are a handful of cases in virginia, maryland, florida
LINKTV
Oct 4, 2012 11:30am PDT
metropolitan los angeles, it has about twice the populati density. it is the world's foremost megalopolis, a series of almost continuous metropolitan areas that exchange a flow of people. and it doesn't stop there. taylor: this whole megalopolis is part of a larger megalopolis, which then stretches west down the coast of japan all the way to the next major megalopolis, which is the osaka/kobe/kyoto megalopolis. taken together, these two megalopolises and the various cities in between them, such as nagoya and other cities, is an incredible, vast megalopolis-- by far the world's largest-- and containing a very large proportion of the japanese population. translator: tokyo's expansion has been striking. many people predicted a breakdown with the strain. but it has neither broken down nor stopped growing. i believe that one of the major reasons for this is the comprehensive transportation network. the system's design resembles a wheel with spokes. people who live in the suburbs can board a train at their local station and ride any of the spokes directly to one of the central stations such as
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 5:30am EDT
inducteesful they'll be honored in -- inductees, they'll be honored in april? los angeles. >>> today u.p.s. will unveil a new alternative fuel vehicle. a peek at this. the first look at the hydraulic hybrid vehicle in laurel this morning. u.p.s. is now holding an ignition ceremony commemorating the deployment of 20 hydraulic hybrid vehicles to be operated in and around the baltimore area. >>> tonight a meeting will be held all o discuss the -- to discuss the future of baltimore county public schools. the superintendent dance wants to discuss a five year plan. called blueprint 2.0 and dance wants to approve curricular development, professional growth and communication as well. tonight is the last in a series of meetings this one is going to be held at the high school rat they are owings mills and it starts at 7:00 this evening. >>> if you're looking far job and you served in the military you may want to head to the m&t bank stadium. today there's a job fair specifically for men and women currently or formerly in the military. it's also for their family members from 11:00 to 3:00 today. comp
PBS
Oct 4, 2012 4:00pm PDT
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SFGTV2
Oct 4, 2012 2:30am PDT
and you are now working in los angeles. after being a patrol officer for just a few months, you are placed on gang detail. you have arrested a youth. instead of taking him to jail, you taken to his mother. the mother says, can you make him more afraid of you that of the gang members? the academy does not prepare you for that. i take that experience and i realized in the gang environment, most of these youths are coming from single- family households. in the area where the gang violence is most prevalent, great citizens of the community, 99% of those citizens are afraid. as a prosecutor, i take this experience and figure out how i want to enforce gang violence, especially in san francisco. i break it down into three categories. you have the individual who is not fully immersed in the gang lifestyle. he is just an associate comment just hanging out. -- associates, just hanging out. for that individual, we try to work with community-based programs. i've met with dcyf, the african- american steering committee, people haven't been in this violence and i say to them, what can -- people ha
SFGTV
Oct 4, 2012 2:30pm PDT
, the phelan loop area where the 49 terminates and the 8x. i also worked for five years at the los angeles county metropolitan transportation authority in the board office where metro r which is their third sales tax that provides transportation revenue for transit projects and they're looking to accelerate those projects currently with a new bond measure this upcoming year. i worked with a lot of the directors that compiled a lot of those different projects. and my first transportation job was actually as a high cooler at muni in the service planning department. so, i have a lot of transportation expertise. i work with student government on city college of san francisco and i also just have an immense desire to see a lot more transportation improvements in the balboa park corridor. i have a great relationship with john avalos, supervisor avalos and i continue to work with trustee issues. that is the bulk of where a lot of riders are. we need a light rail [speaker not understood]. the second highest transportation [inaudible] outside of downtown. so, that's why i submit my applicat
SFGTV2
Oct 4, 2012 3:00am PDT
defender for 19 years in los angeles. she is now director of legal services. now i'm going to embarrass her. her name is ellie miller. there she is. [applause] public defenders are legal ministers. you are. you are part of this picture. ok. i will go back to what i was supposed to be doing, forgive me. i am going to -- we have heard everybody's contribution. now i want to talk about what is working and what is not working. i am going to ask each of the members to speak the truth to one another. let me direct some early remarks. you have suffered unimaginable pain. i will make an assumption that i can speak for the audience in singing, cannot imagine what would be like to be is a child. from that pain, from your community organizing, what do you say to the commander? it is not 1996 any more. what is going on? what do you say to him? what does he say to you? i will ask you to keep the remarks brief. commander, i will give you a chance to respond. you are hearing about all these things, what is your reaction? >> there needs to be more police sensitivity training in sfpd when it c
PBS
Oct 4, 2012 5:30pm EDT
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FOX Business
Oct 4, 2012 12:00am EDT
co-founder and his take on this. >> does the government deliver? >> copac did only can deliver. >> please. in reality we have passenger trains hemorrhaging money. >> notes node no. taxpayers paying police officers. >> they're not doing what they were hired to do. >> even defense is riddled with waste the post office can not even close will offices civic this governor closed parts of government. >> and people in government think they are a genius. peppermint inc.. today. >> that is what we call the show but what does that mean? doing what private sector should do. health care, transportation and mail. it is faster and cheaper if they step aside and let competitors compete. they bring in the managers' index birds suddenly they could. they are so smart. government decided to build cars. it was a terrible car. but central planning said it was great. once the berlin wall came down and had competition it disappeared. but when government runs things, this is what we get to. allows the -- lousy product and services. we need some government. not too much. my first guest is a governor but you would be surprised how much government you did not mince. mitch daniels. >> you will not mince real-estate vehicles and planes. not the lousy service its bid is there. >> if there are more than a couple of competitors? if somebody does this all day every day maybe they are better. then they have the incentive. john: they want money. >> i love the sarcasm -- sarcasm. john: people feel that way and another form of greed it is the human tendency to make money which is power over other people. john: dimension property. you vis toll roads? >> yes. the patronage operation still has not paid off the bond. john: i will take care of the highway and highe supporters and friends. >> we could harvest money to build roads no barley cost. we have the best toll road. john: but it went to a foreign company. you had to fight for that. >> this is the test and the time. there is no other way. you are for the bell or against us. john: you were on fire. you sold that. >> i get fired up the future of the state is at stake it is better use of an asset to at y s underperforming. john: now are private foreign company is more efficient? >> we distrust business, labor and government. we got rid of almost all monopolies because they overcharge and underserved. they had every incentive to put it more lanes, told -- tolls and to keep the traffic moving faster. >> people will drive another road. they had the positive incentive. john: even after words it was not popular. 60% said it is of bad idea. we are repairing bridges the only building movement infrastructure not costing taxpayers one nickel. john: use find the right to work bill? >> that means it is the workers' decision to pay dues to the and as a condition of work. >> i was forced at abc. york is forced but i would think that would be popular. >> about 70% that was fair. john: you did not push it. >> we had to see an opening. but the main point* the government should have is the creation of opportunity. it creates the conditions were enterprise it creates wealth. they will climb up the list for jobs investment. john: i ain't right to work is a stronger prize and the collective vote to. nine new numbers should not be prevented. but protesters said no? >> union opponents continued the chant. >> we are sending a message they can tell us how to live and in the lead the. john: he calls you very and but i think it is the union if you are forced? >> guy vander stood it would be emotional for those who have been committed to the union movement with the compulsory dues. i understand the argument. in indiana we were waiting 90% when businesses compared more than one state but blocked from one-third of the opportunities because only one out of three go to their right to work state. now there has been a flood of business this this -- businesses. john: put up the map. all of the states around indiana are forced union. they say you are the island of freedom? >> we have pro-growth policies. john: you cut to government jobs by 21%? >> the fewest since 1975. >> you were in bet now $1.5 billion or plus. >> we slowed down the rate of spending to half of inflation. john: you just have to slow the growth. >> the fruit haying spread below. john: also the school to a race bill. indiana and economic development it sounds like a scam of capitalism. why not get rid of the company's and lower taxes for everyone? >> we never give out cash measure on how and expensive. we just give conditional incentives temporary tax relief. >> you have to do it to compete. to give up politician a checkbook is dangerous do anything new want to bring jobs to the state. they could be gone when the bill comes to do. you can win without doing that the seven think you governor daniels now rated number three and the most improved state not to maine court in new hampshire or north dakota. >> we are gaining on them. >> what about housing for amtrak or the post office? ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. john: did you go to the post office website? we do. since then franklin was appointed the first postmaster the post office has grown and changed with america. patriotic. it has grown so much it loses billions of tax dollars. change for america? not so much. it is a government monopoly they don't change your innovate like president -- the president. that is in the constitution but it says they shall have the power to establish and does not say government must deliver the mail. so why are we still losing money with the mail business? make the country have been on the board six years? we're losing billions of dollars. >> note taxpayer dollars have been lost. note taxed funds go. >> where do you get the money? >> services. we do have lost and the taxpayer could be at risk. so it is correct. innovation is the hallmark. we have reduced the work force by 250,000. it is a business. john: then you would fire workers of their is not enough for. >> granted we are like the government to be compassionate with attrition with limited flexibility. the board of governors has come up with a plan of profitability like bar coding. the first time it touches human hands is when it is delivered to seven closing at smaller offices? >> we are quasi government. no question if private enterprise a have 36,000 offices and many would be closed. john: what is the obstacle? >> delivery schedules. we must deliver six-- per week. john: end the congressmen defend their offices? >> most republicans. we are very close to breaking even. john: that is not the same as made a profit. >> we did through 2006 when the volume of mail dropped. >> 50% decline in the last 10 years. john: get the government out. >> nobody will buy the postal service broke. john: and sell it. >> congress will not allow that. i don't think the public will. we will operate like a business if congress will let us. >> they may. we made it passed the senate that house is considering legislation. john: this goes on years and years. not you want to keep the local office. >> of the flexible parts we make it a profitable enterprise. we have a new-product that takes eight months for approval with the regulatory commission. john: no wonder you cannot compete. sell it to a. >> and holland they made a lot of people by the post office. is making money. >> but 90% of the post offices are closed and the public is dissatisfied. john: maybe that is what we need. >> that is the decision of congress. >> i don't disagree behalf to run like a business. john: and america i cannot even compete. >> you can put to a mailbox right next to it. >> been a body can use that it loses the aspects. >> reem a private sector competition they always have reason to have two slots. thank you mickey barnett. what about amtrak? do you know, how much you subsidize the train? john: another part of a government inc. is the railroad created four years ago after the senator said it is the last great hope. randal o'toole specializes. we still have passenger trains hemorrhaging money when amtrak takeover congress believed it could pay for itself now to of rail fares. they are cheaper than the airline fares. but since then airline has dropped and air fares have gone up and the cost has gone up faster. says a these are huge. john: break it down they thought the cost would could go down and they could manage it better. they did not regula freight and the prices did go down. amtrak prices went up and freight went down. >> and they stayed the same through 1980 when we do regulated the freight line. but on amtrak congress imposed how they have to manage their labor and run the trade, the cost went up. john: day run from new orleans to los angeles. >> average in this train. it is a desolate landscape and has the lowest writer ship with the highest cost. john: and get rid of it. >> politicians whose district it passes through. john: so $452. you could fly there cheaply plus the taxpayer pays the subsidy $400 per ticket. quote government lovers say so do private taxpayers with plying. >> average about 1 penny per passenger mile or 27 compared to amtrak. >> why don't they privatize amtrak? >> japan did now they may make a profit, britain and privatized, for the most part they are innovative and attract came passengers faster than european although there is a small subsidy. i think we would get some passenger trains that are better than amtrak but and the father of amtrak who originally proposed it now believes it is a mistake and they should privatize. politicians want the control so they can claim it is because you elected them. john: also trains are green? is not like cars. >> most debuts diesel locomotives they use a little bit less energy of the automobile today with their getting more efficient. the bus uses one-third as mitch energy and pollution. there are routes all over the country they provide faster frequent service at a lower fare. john: and they don't find that clamorous. one criticism, the interstate highway system the same goal biggest government intervention you think it is the wonder. it worked with a corporate program. congress said it is funded by the users. as the money comes then we will not build it then held it comes. we design and track pay as you go but it could have forked but government funded it. to much money is the problem. john: i ride amtrak. thank you for your subsidy. >> i ride in the megabucks. john: good for you. the much bigger part of government is defense do you know, that the brownie recipe is 26 pages long? recipe is 26 pages long? why would [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of. why let erectile dysfunction get in your way? talk to your doctor about viagra. ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take viagra if you take nitrates for chest pain; it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. side effects include headache, flushing, upset stomach, and abnormal vision. to avoid long-term injury, seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. stop taking viagra and call your doctor right away if you experience a sudden decrease or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. john: i complain about big government but defense is what it is supposed to do. what is defense what is empire building? doing need to spend as much as ever by a combined? yes end of the former u.s. ambassador john bolton. says -- no said dennis kucinich warning about the military industrial complex. what do you mean to much influence? >> the cost of the military takes a greater part of our gdp. john: it is a greater amount not the greater part. >> they take an increasing amount cents 9/11 at 3.5% to. the economic effect slows employment and it is a loser with economics and it is not clear it is safe her. john: that is the question. how much safer does this make us? >> look at those divergent threats of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, increasing assertiveness by think back to the past when we had missiles aimed at us we now spend more during the cold war, vietnam war, korean war, the bill but. >> look at afghanistan is right but a percentage has gone down since the cold war. even the obama administration said the cuts required by a sequestration would have the devastating effect on our defense. john: they always say that. >> the war and iraq and afghanistan could cost $5 trillion after it is added up. in addition and it has not made us safer. irg we've safe if we are the policemen of the world? >> ambassador bull 10 you think we are? >> how can tey afford this? >> we're not talking iraq activity with intent but protect american interests. it will have us effect on the american economy. if we don't insure stability than the entire picture darkens considerably 87 it is like the automatic pilot. >> absolutely not. we can see with the battle of sequestration dramatic cuts will occur that almost nobody republican are democrats don't want. that is not automatic. john: the "washington post" headline obama cuts defense down to the bone? there is talk. we have the inflation adjusted chart. obama false light the then flat to. how was that to the bone? anything beyond the three years is fantasy. what we talk about and then near-term procurement, personnel, trai ning at has a devastating effect look as defense contractors announce layoffs in the hundreds of thousands john: i ain't how the navy and the marines get 29 percent, the army 26% is about the same every year and nobody makes choices. >> if you'd been there is not a vigorous debate then go to the pentagon. i'd think obviously this has to be evaluated on the annual basis and look at priorities. with increasing uncertainties plane need more capability is. not fewer. >> i think most people are on this side of john bolton. >> we have made choices. that plus to the economic advantage. loss of jobs or gdp. racing over the globe. >> he calls these and a war of choice. i was a person who said it is aware of toys to create a terrorist. >> you are wrong. but how would you defend america? we overthrew sadam hussain. i am happy to put defense spending but if we don't have a presence protecting the civility of commerce and finance. john: john: the rich areas complain but i am happy to pay taxes for defense, police department. some is wasted but i did not know how much. sometime this year taxes paid people who work for their union i heard of that from clint bolick who just won the injunction. >> bree least time or officers are released from police work to do you need work full time. john: it is in the union contract pay us not to patrol but to do union work. >> negotiate against the city to ask for the pension increase, union recruiting. been a they accept patrolling the streets. john: phoenix, arizona many test to full-time union work? >> yes. over 2,000 hours per year allocated. john: how much work could there be? >> there is no end. john: it is a slush fund. >> amounting $1 million per year to seven tax payers pay 40 -- $4 million for release time. >> we have no idea what they are doing. but not with their hired to do. >> john gage says quality, productivity, effic iency, year after year and department after department is not possible without official time. >> i would say some bureaucrats are not better off but every hour were diverted away is a serious loss. these folks are earning the same pensions as those who are risking their lives every day. >> you are the first person to challenge? >> they unions do not publicize. it would be embarrassing. >> but to argue against the taxpayer? >> they are paid to negotiate and in the city takes the opposite position. john: paying officers not to do the work. >> announcer: meet mary. she loves to shop online with her debit card, and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard-earned money. now meet jack. after 40 years, he finally saved enough to enjoy retirement. angie, the waitress at jack's favorite diner, is also enjoying his retirement. with just a little information, she's opened up a credit line, draining the equity in jack's home. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. see, ordinary credit monitoring services tell you afr your identity has been stolen. they may take 30 days to alert you-- too late for jack. lifelo has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. if mary had lifelock's bank account alerts, she may have been notified in time to help stop it. if jack had lifelock's 24/7 proactive protection, he could have been alerted by phone or e-mail as soon as they noticed an attack on their network, before it was too late. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available, guarding your social security number, your money, your credit, even the equity in your home. while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one works harder to protect you than lifelock. you even get a $1 million service guarantee. that's security no one can beat. you have so much to protect and nothing to lose when you call lifelock right now and get 60 days of identity theft protection risk free-- that's right, 60 days risk free-- use promo code: notme. order now and get this document shredder to keep sensitive documents out of the wrong hands-- a $29 value, free. call the number on your screen. 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[laughter] what is relevant and it does have a computerized way and then they sell it to less than $4. government could not do that. sometimes i wish the soviet union was still around to warn us. the soviet union gave all kinds of products. but they were terrible. what will and gas when 10 separate leave then you had to makes it. >> there is no gas gauge. you have to check the fuel. >> this is what we get to when the government to runs things. >> i wrote to the they can't individuals succeed. groups and individuals do everything better. politicians promise they solve things but they can't. the post office tried but then could not. individuals invented fedex and ups. they got it there overnight with a profit. the subsidized amtrak runs and loses money but megabus is profitable. despite the failures of even the military government keeps growing and the fed's employee 2 million people. they once had won the worker now there is 16. greece has 20. that is why they are broke and they have riots. we need to let the private sector boom. this is the election year but we should celebrate the ♪ [ male announcer ] h
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>> thank you, supervisor mar. supervisor mar, thank you for the leadership to bring this forward to this hearing today to discuss the budget whoas also of the san francisco unified school district and how city partners helped us out of a very deep hole and continue to help keep us afloat and offer services to our students. i think another thing nancy wamack could maybe refresh us on is maybe that if the november ballot measures do not pass, we the governor has talked about additional school days cut. nancy, would you like to elaborate on that number, please? >> sure, commissioner. in the final version of the budget they changed the particular item to allow for an additional 15 days per year that could be cut rather than across 15 days the cross two years in january and may is version. state is now allowing up to 20 days per year to be cut from the school and from the school year, which is obviously atrocious. >> right. that would mean one month of school not being in session. this is really the state recommendation on how we should balance our budget is cut one month of instructions. that is just crazy and inexcusable. but i want to speak a little bit about what extra funds might do for our students, it's projected in 2014, 20% of students will not be graduating. they are on track now 20% not to graduate. we know those numbers will be much higher once we calculate c's or bert. a through g classes students receiving a d or better and as you and i both know, that a d or better is not a true opportunity to students at all. because we know uc's and csu's do not accept d's and that will lock them from any entrance to any four-year university. also, these also mean they will probably be taking many years at remedial math or english once they get to city college. therefore, reducing city college graduation rate to about 9%. we have a big problem ahead of us. our problem is that we have passed a through g graduation requirement which is actually very good policy for our district and our students. however, due to lack of funding you're unable to provide a type of safety net that students are requiring. when well unified and adopted in graduation requirement, we learned there are very significant gate keepers to students not achieving a through g eligibility. and that was ail algebra, second year laboratory science and third year math. we know this class 2014 right now, 20% of them are on track not to graduate, those with d's or betters, and if we raise that to c's or better, we might be looking at 30 rs. the first graduating class will have to graduate a through g is now entering their junior year. we know they're hitting now -- >> 2014 is the class -- >> the class, right. they will be heading junior year next year. sequentially classes get much more rigorous. and that third year math, which has been a gatekeeper to the students in los angeles will no longer be a gatekeeper to our students too. we could be looking at 40% of our graduating class not getting high school diplomas. now, while i know furlough dres are horrible to everybody, especially horrible to our students but also to our labor partners. we also at the board have a great responsibility to graduate every student ready for cleverages. and actually where we are now, this 2014 and 2015 class, if this is any indication of where we might be in 2014, 2015, we will not be in a good place once those students have to graduate. i'm hearing what the youth commissioner said and out of the mouth of babes we hear the absolute truth is that these extra funds will -- could be greatly used for any kind of credit recovery or extended class. by the very nature of the a through g sequencing, class sequencing, our english language learners must take double up on english in order to pass a through g. they will omak sent one year of english so, therefore, they must take an extra english class in order to graduate a through g and to be eligible for our graduation requirements and also eligibility into any four-year university. i know what i'm saying is somewhat technical, we discussed this with the board all of the time. it's heavy on our minds we will not be graduating hundreds of students. we're grateful the city stepped in to help with summer school. as you can see, this is really not enough. we appreciate extra fund for the city. i do think this is crisis mode right now. i think yes, we would love to have money back from the prop h, of course. this is a crisis. now we are deep in crisis. we think it's that this year will be really terrible, the years after that also. projections don't look much better as you can see and what nancy gave us. i'm only one board member but i probably think that my commissioner partner here is also concerned about all of the students not graduating. it weighs heavily on all of us. this is also i think a reflection of what our future society might be when we look at who's graduating and who's not. this is intended to give students much more opportunity in the 21st century and in fact we are finding that we will for many of them be giving less of an opportunity. so our prop h funds, i was on the prop h citizen advisory committee for three years. i know how precious those funds are. recently, the committee went out actually to school sites, spoke to a lot of people about how this impacts their education. it was profound. i think if you go into any of our schools, you will see at one time we had not a single elementary school library. now we are -- our lie brar iies now -- libraries after couple years prop h money been dusted off, old schools have been weeded out. books from the 1950's or some of them from the 1940's weeded out of the libraries. new books replaced old books and classrooms are using their libraries every day to complement their instruction in the classrooms. and they're funded by -- they're also prop h funded an elementary school library. for them these funds are crucial . they have helped us restore, keep our arts program. p.e., athletics programs, things we would never be able to fund if we didn't have prop h money. it's imperative that it's reauthorized in 2014. anyway, just to emphasize the issue of the money and how the great the impact season how great the impact may even be even more if any of these statewide initiatives don't pass, we're going to be in dire, dire trouble. just want to emphasize the severity of the budget crisis this year and also the next year. again, supervisor mar, thank you so much for bringing this forward. i think a discussion about the impact and how it really impacts education on a daily basis for our students and teachers trying to do their best under this horrible budget scrice. i want to thank you for your leadership in bringing this forward. supervisor mar: thank you. could i just ask, i know coleman advocates said $500,000 was included in the school district's budget for credit recovery. again, it's that helping students give support to them so they can meet the a through g requirements. let me just try to look at the information. but to make sure those that are falling behind have at least a chance to make it by 2014. do you know a dollar amount how much to fully fund an effort like l.a. has done after the community coalition fought for that and they were able to challenge the l.a. school district to fund that. but how much would it cost us to fully support students that we don't have that crisis of hundreds of students not graduating. >> right. thank you supervisor mar. if we wanted to do it really in a very smart way, what we do, would do is reduce class size such as be secondary classroom science, algebra, third year math. we would lower the class size to that instead of having 35, 38 students in those classes. we would have 20. we would be able to offer an extra tutorial for them. what i think we're looking at as a school district when we talk about a service period day is being able to offer extra class for students who have failed a class. who have to take an extra class because they are an english language learner. and seventh period class at a school site. for those by need talking about weakty here, we're not talking about giving students an extra class so they're going to graduate a year early. we're looking at the extra class for students, so they extend their school day and giving an opportunity in the school year and in fact not just at summer school to actually be able to make up those classes. that is we've had a rough estimate of that cost at $4 million. supervisor mar: that's helpful. >> thank you, supervisor. and i just want to reiterate how much we appreciate bringing this item forward. i truly think it's because you served on the board of education and any of the other commissioners, supervisor kim, yourself, also supervisor campos, even in his role as being our legal counsel a couple block as way when you were there really does give you a broader perspective with what they're going through and that you hearken back to hear our cry or call when we are looking for funds. and i appreciate you heard that call and have brought it to this body and have invited community members to chime in. i want to thank you very much for that. i won't belabor the point that commissioner furor has clearly covered quite a bit of what we're talking about. the other few things i want to mention is in regards to the seventh period day and doing that around equity, we wouldn't be asking for much a.p. classes. we are really using that opportunity to help those students that don't have those chances to really deeply understand the work that they have to get through and rigor. building a foundation and taken the more rigorous courses later on in their schedule, it doesn't benefit them if they've gotten even a c. that's a struggle to move on to an advanceed class from a c. that doesn't mean you mastered the topic. which often is passing but unacceptable you see private apologies and we want to be clear with students they need to deeply understand before moving forward in the seventh period day would help support that. i'm grateful the youth commission came out and spoke about credit recovery. those are paramount and we need to offer real credit recovery. online courses don't help when you have missed getting the substantive back and forth with an in-person teacher. if you don't have that interaction where you're able to ask questions as a student and get information and listen to your peers in the classroom and work collaboratively, i strug well an online -- struggle with an online substitute if you didn't get it first time around. those are the things talking about credit recovery, what does that credit recovery look like? again, i want to thank the youth mission. they brought it up. yes, those same courses for our immigrant population cho w.h.o. are just struggling to master many of the a to g course requirements, particularly that have a language component and they need to be able to master that to move on to the more advanced courses. it doesn't help them in any way if they are getti minimum passi move on to the more rigorous courses. it's a foundation that's very shaky and we want it to be solid. those are the things i wanted to mention. also f. we even imagine our students would get out of sfusd and happen to move on to the community college, the city college and a lot -- csu, they're not doing remediation classes anymore. they said that. they can't afford it. our students lead us with nowhere to go to get the courses to move on through the four-year college with the fidelity. and also the jobs because even though trade work because if this point the trades have told us, we need your students to come really ready and have that rigorous course schedule because that helps them ascend in the trades and not stay at the laborer level and that's what we want sturepts to do. they have tons of attrition and waiting for students and they asked us and we have been able to participate fully with our trades and labor partners in providing students. lastly, i know it's on the table in discussion but on the furlough days, i want to keep that topic open but that as we had our teacher talk about, immense impact on teachers, especially for our heart to staff schools. a lot of newer teachers are there and i want to be sensitive they have neeell and stability is key to keeping them in our san francisco unified school district. again, thank you for bringing this topic forward and making it a public discussion but also for folks who have come out and to present their perspective. it's helpful to hear this from the folks at home who listen and understand what wire going through. thank you. supervisor mar: thank you commissioners maufas and fewer for being here and on the ground suggestions what can be done for the city to give more to the schools. president khiu and supervisor olague. >> and supervisor mar, i want to thank you for holding this hearing. i'm sorry i wasn't able to be present during the entire time because we're in the middle of our budget discussions right now for the city and county of san francisco. part of the reasons why i enjoy and want to sit on this committee is continue to educate myself on what often feels like an artificial divide on the school district and city and county of san francisco. i think for those of us on the city and county side to not think about revenue challenges those of us with the school district are facing and not think creatively about how we can support our schools i think does a disservice to our city as a hole. i very much appreciate the discussion both of our colleagues from the school district as well as from stakeholders in making sure we have a world class education system. i for one am certainly interested and open to thinking about how we on the city side, particularly as our revenue picture gets better, can be of assistance in different ways with what is happening on the school district side. we know that in the wake of say proposition 13. there are some constraints that exist in funding our schools. we have some, not unlimited, but some ability on our side of the ledger to be helpful. i look forward to the ongoing conversation. supervisor mar: thank you. i just wondering if supervisor olague wanted make any concluding remarks. 3 supervisor olague: to conclude, i would say we have to conclude now because the budget committee will be reconvening by 6:00. let me just say i would like to thank everyone that has spoken and really stake hold ares in the school district, school district staff. i do feel that we do have to follow up on the language of prop h. i will just read it. i view the $40 million that was quote/unquote deferred from being paid to the school district as an obligation and when you defer something, it's implied that will you pay it at some point. but right now is dire crisis of supervisor or as commissioner fewer and maufous just said. it seems an urgeant time to start repaying that deferred amount back. but i do understand that the charter says, gives the city an out if they choose to have an out to not pay it back. to me it's an obligation and we should look into ensuring that. if it's an incredible way of paying the money to the school district, we should do that. we could start if there's supplemental funds for the school district. i will say in my priorities as our budget priorities, that is a key part of my goal not only supporting richmond district schools and community programs that serve youth and families. but it's also supporting on city wide level repaying school district back for the money that's owed in the deferred amounts that were not paid over the past four years, which is about 40 million, even if it's 1 million or 3.5 million that would reduce furlough days by one day in the next two years. that would be so helpful. i know it's not enough but something the city can do if there's additional funds in our resources. it might have been too late thold this hearing as well. i know the budget process is moving forward and we each have our own priority that's have been given. i think this opens the discussion so that in future years, we are thinking about this obligation to the schools. i also wanted to say on the issues of what is the most critical need for the school, i see the credit recovery and seventh period as equity need that helps the children and students most at risk. issues like furlough day reduction, especially given the four weeks potential if the state measures don't pass is really a crisis and critical need as well. but my hope is that if the city does live up to its obligation with small amounts or in the future larger amounts, that we respect the school board members and school district to decide what is the most critical need of the school district. i appreciate all of the input and ideas and i will be working with my colleagues in this budget season. and the next couple of hours but also for future to make sure that the schools are paid every amount of money that's owed to them but also we as a city continue in our tradition of always supporting the schools. thank you so much, everyone, for being here. i just would like to -- i'm not -- i am a member of this committee since i have been aproipted by president chiu. i would like to move we continue the item to the call of the chair. >> second. supervisor mar: i think supervisor -- i'm not sure who chairs. i think it's -- >> now we're on the third item, final item. a hearing regarding community assessment frerl center and truancy assessment and resource center that was requested by commissioner maufas. if you would like to take the lead on this. >> actually chair olague, i move we continue the item to the call of chair. i don't know if we took action on that. >> without objection. >> thank you, supervisor. i wanted to bring this up forward to this committee because from it's inception to the work doing, the community estimate and referral center, cerc, more commonly known now the truancy resource center, terc, are both agencies that work hand in hand with the city and unified school district. and i absolutely believe it's imperative, not only that i know as school board commissioner what they're doing and how they're functioning and what challenges and opportunities and successes they've had but also that the supervisors know. i've asked these agencies to come forward and share their information so we can be fully informed. 0 >> i know we have limited time so i guess we can start the conversation but we will have to end about -- i would say about 10 until so we have 20 minutes. unless want to continue this item out. >> i will leave it to the presenters to figure out if they need to do one presentation for one agency. or if they want to combine the presentation to do both agencies and then we will continue it to the call of the chair or -- and i will let -- can you all come forward and let us know what you're -- what you decided and we will go with that. supervisor mar: madam chair, if i could suggest, i think we have until right before six so we have about 35 minutes f it's possible for the presentations to be done in maybe 10, 15 minutes and then if we can get a sense of how many members of the public are here to speak in public comment, that will give us a sense of how much time we have. >> thank you, president chiu. >>i just wanted to thank you for inviting us today. i am joined by my colleagues arthur resource center -- out the resource center as well as a referral center and also our city partners of the san francisco police department as well as claudia anderson f
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Oct 3, 2012 10:00pm PDT
con jenni rivera, en muletas llegó hace un mes y medio a una escuela en los Ángeles para convertirle el sueño en realidad a estas porristas. >>> su esposo, el expelotero esteban loaiza manejó la camioneta. >>>vviene manejnado mi esposo. >>>ddespués habla de la posibilidad de tener un bebé . >>> cualquier cosa puede suceder, no sé, sé que a mi esposo le haría muy feliz que tuviera un bebé, él tiene sus hijos y yo los míos, él es excelente padre y también excelente stepfather. >>> hoy la posibilidad se esfuma la cantante dijo que se divorcia, la demanda por diferencias irreconciliables fue radicada el lunes, su historia de amor con el pelotero comenzó en diciembre del 2008, casi 2 meses después se casó en california, y después tuvo una luna de miel en bora bora. >>> en las buenas y en las malas estuvo con ella esteban loaiza, en cortes, velaciones, inauguraciones y festejos. >>> es un gran honor esta en este día con mi esposa. >>> al verdad estoy muy orgullosa de mí y de mi esposa. >>> la diva de la banda prometre continuar adelante como siempre lo ha hecho. >>> por s
FOX News
Oct 3, 2012 8:00pm EDT
says 47% hold it, don't take mayor of los angeles comment out of tape out of context on a tape. i heard you saying bing bing bing bing bing. didn't look like it's tit-for-tat. he has got to look for opening more subtle than that. that's too obvious. he needs to be presidential. when he brings it up he needs to bring it up i'm wired up about. this he doesn't need to bring it up in -- he needs to bring it up in sorrow and regret. you raised this incident in a way that was racially charged stirring up animosity. >> bill: he has to rise above. >> absolutely. he he needs to be presidential. he needs to be nor o'reilly or rove on this issue because both of us are too spun up about it. >> bill: okay. two minutes left in this segment. what is the most important thing that mitt romney has to do tonight? >> if you make me pick one, it is to give the american people a sense of what it is that he is going to do so they walk away saying he has got a practical common sense set of answers to the problems we fay faces a a country. in a debate you never get to do one thing. let me suggest three. that's
FOX Business
Oct 3, 2012 8:00pm EDT
ever? >> we have to. we have to. neil: i know that, but we don't. >> in the city of los angeles, we cut our structural deficit from $1.2 billion to $250 million. the federal government is going to have to put a plan to do that. i hope that after the election, they'll do that together, democrat and republican. neil: the seminole moment when you asked the public unions as a democrat that we have to do something. the direction we are going is not good. you got concessions out of them, but you didn't bludgeon them. what did you do? >> got to go from 6% to 11%, current employees, saving us about $3 billion. neil: you sold it on the notion -- >> income and protection security -- neil: in other words, may way or you could lose everything? >> go it this way or you could lose everything. neil: chris chris kristy is arg. what's going on here? >> i think when you a mayor, a governor, you understand that you got to chart a sustainable path forward. you can't keep on having deficits that undermind the economy, and undermind your state's ability to pay for important services like education, like
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 6:30pm EDT
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Oct 4, 2012 6:30pm EDT
their ipods, but they couldn't resist the beat. ♪ love me do >> reporter: david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> their grandparents music? oh, no. thank you for watching. we're always here at abcnews.com. "nightline" later. i'll see you again tomorrow night. good night. weeks of this campaign... and more ads. you, in your living room or... what i'd say. losing nearly eight hundred... mired in iraq. nation we are... moving forward again. get folks back to work and... again. that with even bigger... fewer regulations... prosper. on the same trickle-down... in the first place. so what's my plan? manufacturing jobs... exports... that... ship jobs overseas. in half and produce more...
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Oct 3, 2012 7:00pm PDT
14 acre south los angeles urban gardens which would provide work he for everybody forever. and if martin luther king saw the promised land, where do you think we are? i am that i'm and i am here. i speak the truth i've got no fear. one man that's in prison is going to be executed on october 3rd in pennsylvania. his name is terry williams. you should look the case up. and, so, i here with all my heart put forth the message to law enforcement nationwide to refuse the execution of terry williams and also to make sure that dr. jessie mcdonald, regardless of how his case comes out, is not sent back to prison because our law enforcement is a very powerful tool and our sheriffs are the number one authority in the country, not the feds. and, so, it is given that the promised land will be found by the mystical magical beautiful path of a 40-day general strike. it is time for the students and the women to lead this nation with a beautiful 40-day general strike where we spend time with our families, our gardens, and put this corruption in d.c. on down from the bankers and all these greedy co
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Oct 4, 2012 3:00am PDT
debate coach was the first mistake. lee in los angeles. what do you say? >> caller: hi, bill press. i've been with you here in california. >> bill: we had some good days out there lee. >> caller: we did. you know what, bill? i didn't understand this one. but mitt romney came out animated. obama came out subdued. i'm wondering -- whoever has his ear, what kind of advice did he get? because every time i turn around he's not on the offensive. he's on the defensive. >> bill: yeah. >> caller: with these republicans, you got to stay on the offensive. >> bill: absolutely. >> caller: come out with lie after lie after lie. and they're going to do it until it almost makes you believe the lie until you fact check. out on the stand he wasn't prepared. wait a minute. he had -- american people have voted him ahead of romney so far. so how could you get there and i hate to say it and just stumble like this? >> bill: you're not the first one to use the word stumble. glen said that in pretty -- in politico this morning. maybe he felt -- look, this thing's in the bag. i'm not going to blow it. by ge
ABC
Oct 4, 2012 5:00am PDT
next april in los angeles. >>> next, president obama and mitt romney square off in their first debate. local supporters of both sides weigh in on who won. >>> bitter political dispute that has a city council who is a former cop splitting from the police union. >>> high temperatures today, coming down to more seasonal averages, 70 san mateo, 71 vallejo, upper 70s towards cloverdale, 77 san jose, upper 70s concord and livermore valley. airport delays around laguardia now with rain in the afternoon, otherwise nice forecast. we'll talk about tomorrow and the weekend which includes a more autumn-like number, coming up. [ male announcer ] this is the opposite of subliminal advertising... there's no subtext... just tacos. yeah, it's our job to make you want it. but honestly... it's not that hard. old el paso. when you gotta have mexican. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> thanks for joining us i'm k
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Oct 4, 2012 6:00am PDT
los angeles. pretty nice day, what you see you have to get used to for the next several days much of our weather unchanged with marine layer coming back into play. what would you do with $49,000? win big with abc7 and find out we are giving away $49,000 all of our facebook fans are eligible. go to facebook page and then you just click on the $49,000 button and that will take out to page where you fill out the entry winter we announce the winner after october 18th, after the 49ers game. we can't win but someone is going to win. >> how much was it again? >> $49,000. >> just wanted to make sure. >>> someone else who can win but always such a good sport is josh elliot who joins us with what is coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00. >> good morning josh. >>> i feel like a winner in my heart. i'm a winner in spirit. >> aw work! >> $49,000 witcher in spirit, every morning i join you guys. i will not be -- i will not be $49,000 richer for real, i want you to know it is cold comfort coming from the bay area today. also of all the teams to end my dodger season giants you had to do it to
KICU
Oct 3, 2012 11:30pm PDT
employee turned architect. the property is on sale east of los angeles, for $5 million. it would be just perfect to host snow white and the 7 dwarfs when they come to town. >>> the oakland a's storybook season, and joe fonzi is next ♪ [ male announcer ] the all-new lexus es comes with a story still untold. ♪ places it will take you. ♪ dreams it will make come true. ♪ with technology and style to match your achievements and desires. ♪ the question is where will your new es take you? ♪ introducing the all-new lexus es. ♪ ♪ in everything you do [ female announcer ] add your own ingredients to hamburger helper for a fresh take on a quick, delicious meal. it's one box with hundreds of possibilities. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> oakland is showing its pride in the a's. the team flag is flying atop city hall. we expect to see a lot more oakland colors, as they compete in the division series. >> i can't remember the last time i heard a crowd like that at the coliseum. >> truly one of t
FOX Business
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
at melissaafrancis. gas stations in the los angeles area are shutting down over supply shortages. will the pumps near you be next? >> u.s. sanctions could hit iran where it hurts most, the currency. the rial lost a quarter of its value just in the past week. did you know that? it is causing riots in iran. we're following developing story. more "money" coming up. ♪ . ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ how do you help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech mastpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. ♪ . melissa: so there is potential catastrophe in the making at california gas stations. the shutdown of a refinery for a pipeline is cause aghast shortage. some stations are closing their pumps. for those open, the average price of a gallon of regular gas
FOX
Oct 3, 2012 10:00pm PDT
disney employee turned architect. the property is on sale east of los angeles, for $5 million. it would be just perfect to host snow white and the 7 dwarfs when they come to town. >>> the oakland a's storybook season, and joe fonzi is next with the error by a texas player that opened the door for this victory celebration today at the coliseum. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. >>> oakland is showing its pride in the a's. the team flag is flying atop city hall. we expect to see a lot more oakland colors, as they compete in the division series. >> i can't remember the last time i heard a crowd like that at the coliseum. >>
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